Learning Module 6: Implementing a Decision-Support Data System

Roppolo, R. H., Aldridge, W. A., II, Kirk, A., Morgan, W. M., Chin, J., deRosset, L., & the Implementation Capacity for Triple P Projects
December, 2019

This module covers the basics of building a decision-support data system (DSDS), including 1) how to decide what questions you want to answer and what data you want to collect, 2) how to collect the data in a way that balances burden and quality of data, 3) how to use the data you collect to drive decision-making and improvement, and 4) building an accountability plan for your DSDS.

Available here: Learning Module 6
Citation: Roppolo, R. H., Aldridge, W. A., II, Kirk, A., Morgan, W. M., Chin, J., deRosset, L., & the Implementation Capacity for Triple P Projects. (2019). Learning module 6: Implementing a decision-support data system [Online learning object]. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina, The Impact Center at Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.